How to Control your IP Safelist
On March 29, 2015, we released an update to our Admin portal to allow more security control for our Administrator users. Moving forward, Account Administrators (and above) can now implement IP address restrictions for their users.
This setting will affect all aspects of Sfax: WebPortal, Print Driver, Download Service and API access.
To make these changes, start by logging into Sfax under an Administrator account at:
Select the Settings tab
Select “Manage account”
Press the “Manage IP safelist” to enter the new options panel
To enable this feature, place a check in the box marked “Enable IP Safelist”
The IP Safelist field is a text field where you will enter all IP addresses that need to be added to the allowed list. Each entry should be on a new line, rather than separated on the same line.
IP Addresses entered should be allowed Public IP addresses, as this is a safelist for these allowed IP addresses to access our systems which are outside of your network.
For example: 192.168.1.1 would be an invalid address, as this is an INTERNAL IP address. 404.040.40.40 would theoretically be valid, as it is not an internal IP address scheme (actual IP address ranges do not exceed 220.127.116.11).
Example formatting for IP Addresses:
|Single IP address||404.040.40.40|
|IP range (set for range from 40 to 50)||404.040.40.40/50|
|Single IP address with notes||404.040.40.40 (Admin computer)|
|IP range (set for range from 40 to 50) with notes||404.040.40.40/50 (Entire office range)|
If you need to remove the Safelist functionality, uncheck the box. This will not remove existing IP addresses/ranges, which will allow you to re-instate them once ready, but will open access to all IP addresses until enabled again.